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Revenue challenges and opportunities in Africa following the COVID-19 pandemic

The uneven roll-out of vaccines around the world means that the health and economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to be particularly challenging for low-and middle-income countries, i

Effective Taxation of the Mining Sector

Alternatives to income-based taxes for mining

Conference on new tax instruments

In collaboration with the World Bank, this conference will bring together leading researchers and policy makers to discuss recent research on new tax instruments, including carbon taxes and

The impact of COVID-19 on formal firms in Honduras: evidence from monthly tax returns

This paper measures the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis and the resulting lockdown on formal firms in Honduras, using monthly value-added tax records for January 2018 to August 2020.

The TaxDev Employment Income Taxes Dataset (EITD)

Introducing a new dataset on employment income tax

What can surveys tell us about informal taxes and transfers in Sub-Saharan Africa?

What do household survey instruments include in their coverage of informal taxes and transfers?

TaxDev researchers participate in workshop on the role of independent fiscal policy research institutes

In November 2020, IFS researchers Christine Farquharson, David Phillips, and Yani Tyskerud participated in a collaborative virtual seminar with Oxford Policy Management (OPM), the Centr

Covid-19 economic recovery: fiscal stimulus choices for lower-income countries

In the initial crisis phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, as countries used lockdowns to suppress the spread of the virus, fiscal support measures were introduced to help businesses and households keep

Conference on taxing personal income and wealth in developing countries

Together with the World Bank, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Skatteforsk), Columbia University, OTPR - Office of Tax Policy Research and University of Mic

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